verb (used with object)
to exert excessively.
Origin of overexert
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Related Words for overexertedtighten, injure, tear, twist, sprain, weaken, drain, sap, overwork, cripple, weary, disable, fatigue, impoverish, frazzle, distend, pull, task, tire, extend
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Historical Examples of overexerted
"You have overexerted yourself this morning," she said, as soon as it seemed safe to speak.Man and Wife